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Esportiva Sporting Thread

Postby Cyborg Holland » Mon Jan 09, 2012 11:36 am

This is the thread for Regional sports for Esportiva, where all our regional tournaments will be held. The only current tournament is the Ligëtasse Esportiva, which is a international-domestic club competition. Other will be formed over time.

Current Tournaments

Ligëtasse Esportiva:
Current Holders: Carmarthen JJC (Swalenia)
Current Season: 2
(15/14-20)

FC Guingamp (CYB)
Eindhoven Bears (CYB)
SC Herenveen (CYB)
Continental FC (UNI)
Mancham United (UNI)
Nations Sports Club (UNI)
Lokisaiw (CYP)
Mumalu (CYP)
Gookeesiwa (CYP)
Carmarthen JJC (SWA)
Owstery Falcons (SWA)
Llandugan FC (SWA)
Montonovia National XI (MON)
Jersey North (HLO)
Harloop Untied (HLO)
Napio Lions (HLO)
FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMM)
North Rock FC (NKI)
Palms (NKI)
South Isle United (NKI)
Concorde Flame (THA)
Lonestar TC (THA)
MC Earo (EAR)
ES Earo (EAR)
JS Earo (EAR)


Rugbytahne Esportiva:
Current Season: 2
Current Holders:: RFC Ares
Chuuk Rugby Legends - NKI
Emperors Bay Rugby - NKI
East Coast Sharks - NKI
Harloop rugby - HO
Jersey rugby - HO
Choup rugby - HO
New Amzterdam Warriors - CH
Amzterdam FC - CH
Cyprardean National Rugby Team - CYP
Lake Gavrilo Rhinos - THA
RFC Ares - AYP
RFC Penthesilea - AYP
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Ligetasse Esportiva

Ligetasse Esportiva is the premier international-domestic Football competition. It is a currently, a single tiered system with teams from all over the region. There are home and away legs, with each team playing each oter twice. At the end of the season, the top two teams have a final, held at the neutral stadium in the neutral terriotry in the heart of Esportiva. Cyborg Hollands three entries are: FC Guingamp, Eindhoven Bears and SC Herenveen, 1st, 2nd & 3rd in the Ammant Bank Premier Divison in 2011. There will be a max of 20 teams in the league, with the bottom three each season having to change (or being relegated to the second Divison if we have one).

Stadiums

Cyborg Holland: The New Amzterdam Arena (82,000), Ashbaarn Park (43,000) Rory van der Merwe Memorial stadium (48,000)
Swalenia: Jenbridd Park (32,990), SportsStore Arena (25,000), The Green (18,000)
Montonovia: Segiussør Standak (8,000)
Cyprardeos: Mumatimu Stadio Natunam (45,000)
Homelands Our: Jersey Park (80,000), Camp Harloop (65,000), The Lions Den (35,000)
Nakatumo; North Rock Park (15,000), Palm Park (17,000), South Isle Sports Ground (20,000)
Thaitus; -Dias of Concordia Arena (17,500) ,-Lovos Stillwater Stadium (23,340)

Season 1: Division 1 & A League

Matchday's 1-10: Division 1

MATCHDAY 1
SC Herenveen (CYB) 0-0 Concorde Flame (THA)
Mancham United (UNI) 2-1 Palms (NKI)
Lokisaiw (CYP) 2-0 FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN)
Gookeesiwa (CYP) 1-2 Harloop United (HLO)
Owstery Falcons (SWA) 3-1 Montonovia XI (MON)

The first ever match for the Ligëtasse Esportiva took place in Cyborg Holland, where SC Herenveen drew 0-0 with Concorde flame of Thaitus. Mancham United beat Palms of the Nakatumo Islands at home, as did Lokisaiw, beating FC 1799 Amrechstadt at home. Harloop United of Homelands Our surprised Gookeesiwa of Cyprardeos, recording the only away win of the first round, winning 1-2. Owstery Falcons of Swalenia beat the Montonovia XI in a rain sodden Swalenia.

MATCHDAY 2
Concorde Flame (THA) 0-1 FC Guingamp (CYB)
FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN) 0-1 SC Herenveen (CYB)
Harloop United (HLO) 2-1 Mancham United (UNI)
Montonovia XI (MON) 0-0 Lokisaiw (CYP)
Owstery Falcons (SWA) 0-1 Gookeesiwa (CYP)

The first match for Cyborg Holland favourites FC Guingamp got off to a good start, winning away against Concorde Flame in Thaitus. SC Herenveen also won away, against FC 1799 Amrechtstadt. Harloop United continued it's good start, beating Mancham United 2-1 in Harloop. A bore draw between Montonovia and Lokisaiw set off the late game, a cracker in Owstery seeing Gookeesiwa defeat the falcons 0-1.

MATCHDAY 3
FC Guingamp (CYB) 1-0 Palms (NKI)
Concorde Flame (THA) 3-0 FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN)
SC Herenveen (CYB) 1-3 Montonovia XI (MON)
Mancham United (UNI) 2-0 Owstery Falcons (SWA)
Lokisaiw (CYP) 2-0 Gookeesiwa (CYP)

A big scoring round started rather mundanely with a regular match which saw Guingamp defeating Palms of Nakatumo 1-0. Concorde Flame beat FC 1799 Amrechtstadt comfortably, as did Montonovia, defeating SC Herenveen in Ashbaarn 1-3. Mancham United recovered from last weeks set back by beating Owstery 2-0. The late game saw the Cyprardeos Derby, seeing Lokisaiw beating Gookeesiwa 2-0 as well.

MATCHDAY 4
FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN) 1-1 FC Guingamp (CYB)
Harloop United (HLO) 1-1 Palms (NKI)
Montonovia XI (MON) 2-1 Concorde Flame (THA)
Gookeesiwa (CYP) 2-1 SC Herenveen (CYB)
Lokisaiw (CYP) 1-0 Mancham United (UNI)

A close encounter in Neimandsland with a disputed penalty and the first candidate for goal of the season, by Cyborg Dutch striker Mary Hasvarg-Lukas. Palms recorded the first point of the campaign with a 1-1 draw against high flying Harloop. The Montonovia XI beat Concorde Flame 2-1. Gookeesiwa defeated Herenveen in Cyprardeos 2-1. Lokisaiw looked dominant at home once again, beating Mancham United 1-0

MATCHDAY 5
FC Guingamp (CYB) 3-1 Harloop United (HLO)
FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN) 1-0 Montonovia XI (MON)
Palms (NKI) 2-1 Owstery Falcons (SWA)
Concorde Flame (THA) 2-0 Gookeesiwa (CYP)
SC Herenveen (CYB) 2-1 Mancham United (UNI)

Guingamp lifted their spirits, and severly doused Harloops, smashing them 3-1 at the Rory van der Merwe National Stadium. The Montonovia XI suffered a rare defeat, going down 1-0 to FC 1799 Amrechtstadt 1-0. Palms continued their point-gaining, with a 2-1 win over the severly faltering Owstery Falcons, who looked very different from the side that beat Montonovia in round 1. Concorde Flame rose to a good win over Gookeesiwa, as did SC Herenveen over Mancham United.

MATCHDAY 6
Montonovia XI (MON) 1-0 FC Guingamp (CYB)
Owstery Falcons (SWA) 0-1 Harloop United (HLO)
Gookeesiwa (CYP) 0-1 FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN)
Lokisaiw (CYP) 0-1 Palms (NKI)
Mancham United (UNI) 2-1 Concorde Flame (THA)

FC Guingamp couldn't get going as they went down 1-0 to Montonovia. Owstery lost again to Harloop, in Swalenia. FC 1799 Amrechtstadt beat Gookeesiwa, who've lost twice on the bounce. Palms continue their climb up the table, beating favourites Lokisaiw in Cyprardeos 0-1. Mancham United bounced back after their loss in Cyborg Holland, by beating Concorde Flame at home 2-1

MATCHDAY 7
FC Guingamp (CYB) 1-1 Owstery Falcons (SWA)
Montonovia XI (MON) 3-0 Gookeesiwa (CYP)
Harloop United (HLO) 0-0 Lokisaiw (CYP)
FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN) 2-1 Mancham United (UNI)
Palms (NKI) 0-1 SC Herenveen (CYB)

Owstery Falcons still couldn't get a win, neither could FC Guingamp, as they drew 1-1 in Cyborg Holland. The strong Montonovia XI continued thier run of form, beating Gookeesiwa 3-0. A bore 0-0 draw was all to be seen in Harloop on Saturday night, Lokisaiw were the visitors. FC 1799 Amrechtstadt beat Mancham United, whilst Palms suffered at the hands of SC Herenveen at home.

MATCHDAY 8
Gookeesiwa (CYP) 3-0 FC Guingamp (CYB)
Lokisaiw (CYP) 1-0 Owstery Falcons (SWA)
Mancham United (UNI) 1-2 Montonovia XI (MON)
SC Herenveen (CYB) 0-1 Harloop United (HLO)
Concorde Flame (THA) 1-0 Palms (NKI)

Gookeesiwa returned their 3-0 drubbing the previous week by beating FC Guingamp 3-0 in Cyprardeos. Oswtery Falcons still couldn't find the net as they went down 1-0 to Lokisaiw. Montonovia outscored Mancham United in United, winning 2-1, but Herenveen couldn't continue their form, going down 0-1 to Harloop at home. Concorde flame recorded a win after thier bye, by beating bottom placed Palms 1-0

MATCHDAY 9
FC Guingamp (CYB) 1-2 Lokisaiw (CYP)
Gookeesiwa (CYP) 0-0 Mancham United (UNI)
Owstery Falcons (SWA) 1-1 SC Herenveen (CYB)
Harloop United (HLO) 2-0 Concorde Flame (THA)
FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN) 1-1 Palms (NKI)

FC Guingamp, having not one in four, needed a win desperately, but two late Lokisaiw goals denied them any points. The other Cyprardeos team, Gookeesiwa drew 0-0 with Mancham United. Owstery Falcons finally recorded some points, drawing 1-1 at home to SC Herenveen. Harloop extended their un-beaten run to 4 games, beating Concorde Flames 2-0. This was trumped however by FC 1799 Amrechstadt, who've gone 6 games un-beaten, their last loss coming in round 3, to Concorde Flames. They drew 1-1 at home with Palms, some points for the Nakatumo Islanders, woh haven't won since round 6.

MATCHDAY 10
Mancham United (UNI) 2-0 FC Guingamp (CYB)
SC Herenveen (CYB) 1-1 Lokisaiw (CYP)
Concorde Flame (THA) 0-1 Owstery Falcons (SWA)
Palms (NKI) 0-3 Montonovia XI (MON)
FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN) 1-1 Harloop United (HLO)


MATCHDAY 11
FC Guingamp (CYB) 1-2 SC Herenveen (CYB)
Lokisaiw (CYP) 1-1 Concorde Flame (THA)
Gookeesiwa (CYP) 2-2 Palms (NKI)
Owstery Falcons (SWA) 1-1 FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN)
Montonovia XI (MON) 0-1 Harloop United (HLO)
MATCHDAY 12
Concorde Flame (THA) 2-0 SC Herenveen (CYB)
Palms (NKI) 2-0 Mancham United (UNI)
FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN) 2-0 Lokisaiw (CYP)
Harloop United (HLO) 0-1 Gookeesiwa (CYP)
Montonovia XI (MON) 0-1 Owstery Falcons (SWA)
MATCHDAY 13
FC Guingamp (CYB) 2-0 Concorde Flame (THA)
SC Herenveen (CYB) 0-0 FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN)
Mancham United (UNI) 1-1 Harloop United (HLO)
Lokisaiw (CYP) 1-1 Montonovia XI (MON)
Gookeesiwa (CYP) 1-1 Owstery Falcons (SWA)
MATCHDAY 14
Palms (NKI) 2-2 FC Guingamp (CYB)
FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN) 1-2 Concorde Flame (THA)
Montonovia XI (MON) 3-1 SC Herenveen (CYB)
Owstery Falcons (SWA) 2-0 Mancham United (UNI)
Gookeesiwa (CYP) 1-0 Lokisaiw (CYP)
MATCHDAY 15
FC Guingamp (CYB) 0-1 FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN)
Palms (NKI) 4-1 Harloop United (HLO)
Concorde Flame (THA) 0-2 Montonovia XI (MON)
SC Herenveen (CYB) 2-0 Gookeesiwa (CYP)
Mancham United (UNI) 0-2 Lokisaiw (CYP)
MATCHDAY 16
Harloop United (HLO) 1-1 FC Guingamp (CYB)
Montonovia XI (MON) 1-0 FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN)
Owstery Falcons (SWA) 1-1 Palms (NKI)
Gookeesiwa (CYP) 2-1 Concorde Flame (THA)
Mancham United (UNI) 2-1 SC Herenveen (CYB)
MATCHDAY 17
FC Guingamp (CYB) 1-0 Montonovia XI (MON)
Harloop United (HLO) 0-1 Owstery Falcons (SWA)
FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN) 1-1 Gookeesiwa (CYP)
Palms (NKI) 0-0 Lokisaiw (CYP)
Concorde Flame (THA) 0-2 Mancham United (UNI)
MATCHDAY 18
Owstery Falcons (SWA) 1-2 FC Guingamp (CYB)
Gookeesiwa (CYP) 1-1 Montonovia XI (MON)
Lokisaiw (CYP) 0-0 Harloop United (HLO)
Mancham United (UNI) 1-1 FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN)
SC Herenveen (CYB) 0-1 Palms (NKI)
MATCHDAY 19
FC Guingamp (CYB) 2-1 Gookeesiwa (CYP)
Owstery Falcons (SWA) 1-1 Lokisaiw (CYP)
Montonovia XI (MON) 0-1 Mancham United (UNI)
Harloop United (HLO) 0-1 SC Herenveen (CYB)
Palms (NKI) 0-0 Concorde Flame (THA)
MATCHDAY 20
Lokisaiw (CYP) 1-0 FC Guingamp (CYB)
Mancham United (UNI) 0-2 Gookeesiwa (CYP)
SC Herenveen (CYB) 1-1 Owstery Falcons (SWA)
Concorde Flame (THA) 2-0 Harloop United (HLO)
Palms (NKI) 1-0 FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN)


Full Season Table: Division 1

Team                                P  W  D  L For  Ag +/- Pts
1 Montonovia XI (MON) 18 9 3 6 23 14 +9 30
2 Lokisaiw (CYP) 18 7 8 3 15 9 +6 29

3 Gookeesiwa (CYP) 19 7 5 7 19 21 -2 26
4 Palms (NKI) 18 6 7 5 19 17 +2 25
5 FC Guingamp (CYB) 18 7 4 7 19 20 -1 25
6 Mancham United (UNI) 19 7 3 9 19 22 -3 24
7 Harloop United (HLO) 18 6 6 6 15 18 -3 24
8 SC Herenveen (CYB) 18 6 5 7 16 19 -3 23
9 Owstery Falcons (SWA) 18 5 7 6 17 17 +0 22
10 FC 1799 Amrechtstadt (NMN) 18 5 7 6 14 17 -3 22
11 Concorde Flame (THA) 18 6 3 9 16 18 -2 21

Matchdays 1-10: A League

MATCHDAY 1
Continental FC (UNI) 0-0 Lonestar TC (THA)
Nations Sports Club (UNI) 1-1 South Isle United (NKI)
Mumalu (CYP) 3-0 North Rock FC (NKI)
Carmarthen JJC (SWA) 1-0 Napio Lions (HLO)
Llandugan FC (SWA) 1-1 Jersey North (HLO)
MATCHDAY 2
Lonestar TC (THA) 0-1 Eindhoven Bears (CYB)
North Rock FC (NKI) 1-0 Continental FC (UNI)
Napio Lions (HLO) 2-1 Nations Sports Club (UNI)
Jersey North (HLO) 0-2 Mumalu (CYP)
Llandugan FC (SWA) 1-3 Carmarthen JJC (SWA)
MATCHDAY 3
Eindhoven Bears (CYB) 2-0 South Isle United (NKI)
Lonestar TC (THA) 0-0 North Rock FC (NKI)
Continental FC (UNI) 1-0 Jersey North (HLO)
Nations Sports Club (UNI) 0-1 Llandugan FC (SWA)
Mumalu (CYP) 2-1 Carmarthen JJC (SWA)
MATCHDAY 4
North Rock FC (NKI) 1-0 Eindhoven Bears (CYB)
Napio Lions (HLO) 0-0 South Isle United (NKI)
Jersey North (HLO) 1-1 Lonestar TC (THA)
Carmarthen JJC (SWA) 0-1 Continental FC (UNI)
Mumalu (CYP) 3-0 Nations Sports Club (UNI)
MATCHDAY 5
Eindhoven Bears (CYB) 2-1 Napio Lions (HLO)
North Rock FC (NKI) 1-0 Jersey North (HLO)
South Isle United (NKI) 0-2 Llandugan FC (SWA)
Lonestar TC (THA) 0-2 Carmarthen JJC (SWA)
Continental FC (UNI) 0-0 Nations Sports Club (UNI)
MATCHDAY 6
Jersey North (HLO) 0-1 Eindhoven Bears (CYB)
Llandugan FC (SWA) 1-2 Napio Lions (HLO)
Carmarthen JJC (SWA) 4-0 North Rock FC (NKI)
Mumalu (CYP) 1-0 South Isle United (NKI)
Nations Sports Club (UNI) 1-0 Lonestar TC (THA)
MATCHDAY 7
Eindhoven Bears (CYB) 0-1 Llandugan FC (SWA)
Jersey North (HLO) 1-1 Carmarthen JJC (SWA)
Napio Lions (HLO) 3-0 Mumalu (CYP)
North Rock FC (NKI) 0-1 Nations Sports Club (UNI)
South Isle United (NKI) 1-1 Continental FC (UNI)
MATCHDAY 8
Carmarthen JJC (SWA) 5-0 Eindhoven Bears (CYB)
Mumalu (CYP) 1-0 Llandugan FC (SWA)
Nations Sports Club (UNI) 1-0 Jersey North (HLO)
Continental FC (UNI) 0-1 Napio Lions (HLO)
Lonestar TC (THA) 1-0 South Isle United (NKI)
MATCHDAY 9
Eindhoven Bears (CYB) 1-0 Mumalu (CYP)
Carmarthen JJC (SWA) 3-2 Nations Sports Club (UNI)
Llandugan FC (SWA) 1-0 Continental FC (UNI)
Napio Lions (HLO) 1-1 Lonestar TC (THA)
North Rock FC (NKI) 0-0 South Isle United (NKI)
MATCHDAY 10
Nations Sports Club (UNI) 2-0 Eindhoven Bears (CYB)
Continental FC (UNI) 1-0 Mumalu (CYP)
Lonestar TC (THA) 1-1 Llandugan FC (SWA)
South Isle United (NKI) 1-0 Jersey North (HLO)
North Rock FC (NKI) 3-0 Napio Lions (HLO)


MATCHDAY 11
Eindhoven Bears (CYB) 1-1 Continental FC (UNI)
Mumalu (CYP) 1-0 Lonestar TC (THA)
Carmarthen JJC (SWA) 6-0 South Isle United (NKI)
Llandugan FC (SWA) 0-3 North Rock FC (NKI)
Jersey North (HLO) 4-0 Napio Lions (HLO)
MATCHDAY 12
Lonestar TC (THA) 2-0 Continental FC (UNI)
South Isle United (NKI) 1-1 Nations Sports Club (UNI)
North Rock FC (NKI) 3-1 Mumalu (CYP)
Napio Lions (HLO) 1-2 Carmarthen JJC (SWA)
Jersey North (HLO) 1-1 Llandugan FC (SWA)
MATCHDAY 13
Eindhoven Bears (CYB) 0-2 Lonestar TC (THA)
Continental FC (UNI) 0-0 North Rock FC (NKI)
Nations Sports Club (UNI) 0-1 Napio Lions (HLO)
Mumalu (CYP) 1-1 Jersey North (HLO)
Carmarthen JJC (SWA) 3-0 Llandugan FC (SWA)
MATCHDAY 14
South Isle United (NKI) 1-3 Eindhoven Bears (CYB)
North Rock FC (NKI) 1-0 Lonestar TC (THA)
Jersey North (HLO) 0-1 Continental FC (UNI)
Llandugan FC (SWA) 1-1 Nations Sports Club (UNI)
Carmarthen JJC (SWA) 2-0 Mumalu (CYP)
MATCHDAY 15
Eindhoven Bears (CYB) 0-1 North Rock FC (NKI)
South Isle United (NKI) 2-0 Napio Lions (HLO)
Lonestar TC (THA) 3-1 Jersey North (HLO)
Continental FC (UNI) 0-4 Carmarthen JJC (SWA)
Nations Sports Club (UNI) 1-2 Mumalu (CYP)
MATCHDAY 16
Napio Lions (HLO) 1-2 Eindhoven Bears (CYB)
Jersey North (HLO) 2-1 North Rock FC (NKI)
Llandugan FC (SWA) 4-0 South Isle United (NKI)
Carmarthen JJC (SWA) 4-1 Lonestar TC (THA)
Nations Sports Club (UNI) 2-1 Continental FC (UNI)
MATCHDAY 17
Eindhoven Bears (CYB) 2-0 Jersey North (HLO)
Napio Lions (HLO) 5-0 Llandugan FC (SWA)
North Rock FC (NKI) 1-0 Carmarthen JJC (SWA)
South Isle United (NKI) 0-1 Mumalu (CYP)
Lonestar TC (THA) 1-2 Nations Sports Club (UNI)
MATCHDAY 18
Llandugan FC (SWA) 1-2 Eindhoven Bears (CYB)
Carmarthen JJC (SWA) 2-0 Jersey North (HLO)
Mumalu (CYP) 1-0 Napio Lions (HLO)
Nations Sports Club (UNI) 0-0 North Rock FC (NKI)
Continental FC (UNI) 2-1 South Isle United (NKI)
MATCHDAY 19
Eindhoven Bears (CYB) 0-2 Carmarthen JJC (SWA)
Llandugan FC (SWA) 0-0 Mumalu (CYP)
Jersey North (HLO) 1-1 Nations Sports Club (UNI)
Napio Lions (HLO) 2-0 Continental FC (UNI)
South Isle United (NKI) 1-0 Lonestar TC (THA)
MATCHDAY 20
Mumalu (CYP) 0-0 Eindhoven Bears (CYB)
Nations Sports Club (UNI) 0-2 Carmarthen JJC (SWA)
Continental FC (UNI) 3-4 Llandugan FC (SWA)
Lonestar TC (THA) 0-1 Napio Lions (HLO)
South Isle United (NKI) 1-1 North Rock FC (NKI)


Full Season Table: A League

Team                               P   W  D  L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Carmarthen JJC (SWA) 19 15 1 3 47 10 +37 46
2 Mumalu (CYP) 18 10 3 5 19 13 +6 33

3 North Rock FC (NKI) 18 9 5 4 17 12 +5 32
4 Eindhoven Bears (CYB) 18 9 2 7 17 19 -2 29
5 Napio Lions (HLO) 18 8 2 8 21 20 +1 26
6 Nations Sports Club (UNI) 19 6 6 7 17 20 -3 24
7 Llandugan FC (SWA) 18 6 5 7 20 26 -6 23
8 Continental FC (UNI) 18 5 5 8 12 20 -8 20
9 Lonestar TC (THA) 18 4 5 9 13 18 -5 17
10 South Isle United (NKI) 18 3 6 9 10 26 -16 15
11 Jersey North (HLO) 18 2 6 10 13 22 -9 12


So Congrats to Montonovia, Lokisaiw, Carmarthen and Mumalu for gaining entry to the semi-finals. Carmarthen were run away winners of the A-League, whilst it was a see-saw battle for top spot. The Semi-Final wills be two legs, and will be:

Carmarthen JJC vs Lokisaiw
Montonovia vs Mumalu
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Postby Cyborg Holland » Wed Jan 11, 2012 3:42 am

Ligetasse Esportiva Final Rounds


Semi Finals


Carmarthen JJC (SWA) 2-0 Lokisaiw (CYP) (2-0 agg)
Lokisaiw (CYP) 1-2 Carmarthen JJC (SWA) (1-4 agg)


Montonovia XI (MON) 2-1 Mumalu (CYP) (2-1 agg)
Mumalu (CYP) 3-1 Montonovia XI (MON) (4-3 agg)


Final

Carmarthen JJC of Swalenia vs Mumalu of Cyprardeos, Neutralia National Stadium, 72,000
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The Final


Carmarthen JJC 1-1 Mumalu (2-1 AET)


Congrats to Carmarthen JJC of Swalenia for winning the first Ligëtasse Esportiva. Commiserations to Mumalu of Cyprardeos for being the runners up.
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Postby Swalenia » Wed Jan 11, 2012 11:12 am

Carmarthen Daily Post

Carmarthen JJC bring home Ligetasse Esportiva!

Yesterday evening, at the Neutral National Stadium, Carmarthen JJC defeated Mumalu of Cyprardoes in a tense Ligetasse Final. The two teams had battled through the A-League Section of the Ligetasse. The Jays defeated teams from Cyborg Holland, Homelands Our, and another Swalenian side, Llandugan FC. They ran away with the A-League, winning 15 of their 19 games, only losing 2. Carmarthen won the league by over 13 points, their nearest rivals, Mumalu, whom they've just defeated in the final.

After topping the league, they were drawn against another Cyprardeos side, Lokisaiw. They first played at the Jenbridd, beating the side 2-0. Three days later, they travelled to Cyprardeos to play them. They won 2-1, with Hamish Wilkins netting twice. They would play Mumalu, who beat strong favourites the Montonovia XI, the national side of the smallest nation (by population) 4-3, after winning 3-1 at home in the second leg, overcoming a 2-1 deficit.

The Final was played in the Neutralia National Stadium, in front of 72,000 fans. Carmarthen got off to a great start, with Martin Williams scoring a header in the 7th minute. Carmarthen controlled the rest of the half, with numerous chances and Sam Hilgrove hitting the bar in the 38th minute. Carmarthen threw away the chance to kill the game, as Hamish Wilkins was brought down in the box, but the penalty was saved. Carmarthen paid for this, when Mumalu equalised in the 69th minute. The rest of the match was evenly balanced, with few chances for either side.

Extra was played out in driving rain, and the players were tiring. In the 2nd half, Carmarthen brought on the second ever female player to play in the male leagues. Rhanna Thomson, only 20, came on and, you couldn't have made it up, netted with her second touch, taking an excellently placed shot in the corner.

The Whistle went and wild celebrations ensued. The stand-in captain (for Will Turner, but more about him later) Giles Flatley lifted the trophy in the driving the rain, becoming the first team to win the Ligetasse Esportiva. The celebrations ran well into the morning, and the team will return this afternoon.
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Postby Nakatumo Isle » Wed Jan 11, 2012 1:50 pm

Rugbytahne Esportiva

The regional rugby union club tournament for Esportiva.

Entrants:
Chuuk Rugby Legends - NKI
Emperors Bay Rugby - NKI
East Coast Sharks - NKI
Harloop rugby - HO
Jersey rugby - HO
Choup rugby - HO
New Amzterdam Warriors - CH
Amzterdam FC - CH
Cyprardean National Rugby Team - CYP
Lake Gavrilo Rhinos - THA
RFC Ares - AYP
RFC Penthesilea - AYP

Stadiums:
Nakatumo Stadium 30000 - Chuuk Rugby Legends
Emperor's Stadium 18000 - Emperors Bay Rugby
East Coast Sports Grounds 10000 - East Coast Sharks
Mumatimu Stadiom Natunum 45000 - CYP
Gavrilo am Meer Stadium 9,800 - Lake Gavrilo Rhinos
O Fáros 15822 - AYP (all)
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Rugbytahne Esportiva

Match Day's 1-12
1:

Chuuk Rugby Legends 24-15 Emperor's Bay Rugby
East Coast Sharks 13-9 Harloop Rugby
Jersey Rugby 0-15 Choup Rugby
New Amzterdam Warriors 21-21 Amzterdam FC
Cyprardeos 15-16 Lake Gavrilo Rhinos
RFC Ares 9-13 RFC Penthesilea


2:
RFC Penthesilea 19-14 Chuuk Rugby Legends
Emperor's Bay Rugby 12-20 East Coast Sharks
Harloop Rugby 13-6 Jersey Rugby
Choup Rugby 10-16 New Amzterdam Warriors
Amzterdam FC 13-15 Cyprardeos
Lake Gavrilo Rhinos 9-18 RFC Ares


3:
Chuuk Rugby Legends 21-3 Lake Gavrilo Rhinos
East Coast Sharks 13-13 RFC Penthesilea
Jersey Rugby 3-16 Emperor's Bay Rugby
New Amzterdam Warriors 0-20 Harloop Rugby
Cyprardeos 6-5 Choup Rugby
RFC Ares 10-15 Amzterdam FC


4:
Amzterdam FC 10-14 Chuuk Rugby Legends
Lake Gavrilo Rhinos 13-0 East Coast Sharks
RFC Penthesilea 13-3 Jersey Rugby
Emperor's Bay Rugby 10-13 New Amzterdam Warriors
Harloop Rugby 6-18 Cyprardeos
Choup Rugby 13-6 RFC Ares


5:
Chuuk Rugby Legends 13-9 Choup Rugby
East Coast Sharks 13-23 Amzterdam FC
Jersey Rugby 13-3 Lake Gavrilo Rhinos
New Amzterdam Warriors 15-10 RFC Penthesilea
Cyprardeos 23-10 Emperor's Bay Rugby
RFC Ares 23-13 Harloop Rugby


6:
Harloop Rugby 16-20 Chuuk Rugby Legends
Choup Rugby 13-12 East Coast Sharks
Amzterdam FC 3-10 Jersey Rugby
Lake Gavrilo Rhinos 14-5 New Amzterdam Warriors
RFC Penthesilea 8-8 Cyprardeos
Emperor's Bay Rugby 15-6 RFC Ares


7:
Chuuk Rugby Legends 10-10 RFC Ares
East Coast Sharks 11-9 Jersey Rugby
New Amzterdam Warriors 13-6 Cyprardeos
Harloop Rugby 5-3 Choup Rugby
Amzterdam FC 10-11 Lake Gavrilo Rhinos
RFC Penthesilea 9-15 Emperor's Bay Rugby


8:
Cyprardeos 8-16 Chuuk Rugby Legends
RFC Ares 13-13 East Coast Sharks
Jersey Rugby 3-6 New Amzterdam Warriors
Emperor's Bay Rugby 10-3 Harloop Rugby
Choup Rugby 18-6 Amzterdam FC
Lake Gavrilo Rhinos 0-0 RFC Penthesilea


9:
Chuuk Rugby Legends 8-3 Jersey Rugby
East Coast Sharks 9-16 Cyprardeos
New Amzterdam Warriors 13-8 RFC Ares
Harloop Rugby 21-14 Lake Gavrilo Rhinos
Amzterdam FC 20-9 Emperor's Bay Rugby
RFC Penthesilea 7-19 Choup Rugby


10:
East Coast Sharks 13-15 Chuuk Rugby Legends
Cyprardeos 16-16 Jersey Rugby
Amzterdam FC 3-10 Harloop Rugby
Emperor's Bay Rugby 11-16 Lake Gavrilo Rhinos


11:
East Coast Sharks 10-8 New Amzterdam Warriors
RFC Ares 3-17 Cyprardeos
RFC Penthesilea 20-6 Amzterdam FC
Choup Rugby 5-11 Lake Gavrilo Rhinos


12:
Chuuk Rugby Legends 17-23 New Amzterdam Warriors
Jersey Rugby 3-15 RFC Ares
RFC Penthesilea 7-14 Harloop Rugby
Emperor's Bay Rugby 0-23 Choup Rugby


Mid-Season Table
#.  Team                   P   W   L  D   PF   PA   +/-  Pts
1. Chuuk Rugby Legends 11 8 2 1 172 129 +43 34
2. New Amzterdam Warriors 11 7 3 1 133 123 +10 30
3. Cyprardeos 11 6 3 2 148 115 +33 28
4. Lake Gavrilo Rhinos 11 6 4 1 110 119 -9 26
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5. Choup Rugby 11 6 5 0 133 82 +51 24
6. Harloop Rugby 11 6 5 0 130 117 +13 24
7. RFC Penthesilea 11 4 4 3 119 116 +3 22
8. East Coast Sharks 11 4 5 2 127 144 -17 20
9. RFC Ares 11 3 6 2 121 134 -13 16
10. Emperor's Bay Rugby 11 4 7 0 123 160 -37 16
11. Amzterdam FC 11 3 7 1 130 151 -21 14
12. Jersey Rugby 11 2 8 1 69 119 -50 10
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Rugbytahne Esportiva

Match days 13-24

13:
Emperor's Bay Rugby 3-15 Chuuk Rugby Legends
Harloop Rugby 14-11 East Coast Sharks
Choup Rugby 15-3 Jersey Rugby
Amzterdam FC 20-5 New Amzterdam Warriors
Lake Gavrilo Rhinos 13-18 Cyprardeos
RFC Penthesilea 8-13 RFC Ares


14:
Chuuk Rugby Legends 21-18 RFC Penthesilea
East Coast Sharks 28-6 Emperor's Bay Rugby
Jersey Rugby 9-21 Harloop Rugby
New Amzterdam Warriors 16-3 Choup Rugby
Cyprardeos 18-6 Amzterdam FC
RFC Ares 6-17 Lake Gavrilo Rhinos


15:
Lake Gavrilo Rhinos 21-3 Chuuk Rugby Legends
RFC Penthesilea 13-13 East Coast Sharks
Emperor's Bay Rugby 3-16 Jersey Rugby
New Amzterdam Warriors 0-20 Harloop Rugby
Cyprardeos 6-5 Choup Rugby
RFC Ares 10-15 Amzterdam FC


16:
Chuuk Rugby Legends 28-6 Amzterdam FC
East Coast Sharks 13-10 Lake Gavrilo Rhinos
Jersey Rugby 16-23 RFC Penthesilea
New Amzterdam Warriors 15-6 Emperor's Bay Rugby
Cyprardeos 17-6 Harloop Rugby
RFC Ares 10-10 Choup Rugby


17:
Choup Rugby 18-18 Chuuk Rugby Legends
Amzterdam FC 16-10 East Coast Sharks
Lake Gavrilo Rhinos 8-14 Jersey Rugby
RFC Penthesilea 20-6 New Amzterdam Warriors
Emperor's Bay Rugby 20-0 Cyprardeos
Harloop Rugby 6-21 RFC Ares


18:
Chuuk Rugby Legends 3-0 Harloop Rugby
East Coast Sharks 13-15 Choup Rugby
Jersey Rugby 13-3 Amzterdam FC
New Amzterdam Warriors 6-14 Lake Gavrilo Rhinos
Cyprardeos 10-10 RFC Penthesilea
RFC Ares 15-9 Emperor's Bay Rugby


19:
RFC Ares 16-15 Chuuk Rugby Legends
Jersey Rugby 18-13 East Coast Sharks
Cyprardeos 16-10 New Amzterdam Warriors
Choup Rugby 51-36 Harloop Rugby
Lake Gavrilo Rhinos 17-18 Amzterdam FC
Emperor's Bay Rugby 20-6 RFC Penthesilea


20:
Chuuk Rugby Legends 22-20 Cyprardeos
East Coast Sharks 10-24 RFC Ares
New Amzterdam Warriors 10-9 Jersey Rugby
Harloop Rugby 10-13 Emperor's Bay Rugby
Amzterdam FC 18-9 Choup Rugby
RFC Penthesilea 3-13 Lake Gavrilo Rhinos


21:
Jersey Rugby 3-8 Chuuk Rugby Legends
Cyprardeos 9-16 East Coast Sharks
RFC Ares 13-8 New Amzterdam Warriors
Lake Gavrilo Rhinos 21-14 Harloop Rugby
Emperor's Bay Rugby 20-9 Amzterdam FC
Choup Rugby 7-19 RFC Penthesilea


22:
Chuuk Rugby Legends 0-3 East Coast Sharks
Jersey Rugby 3-15 Cyprardeos
Harloop Rugby 6-17 Amzterdam FC
Lake Gavrilo Rhinos 6-8 Emperor's Bay Rugby


23:
New Amzterdam Warriors 14-6 East Coast Sharks
Cyprardeos 12-18 RFC Ares
Amzterdam FC 13-13 RFC Penthesilea
Lake Gavrilo Rhinos 3-24 Choup Rugby


24:
Chuuk Rugby Legends 19-23 New Amzterdam Warriors
Jersey Rugby 13-3 RFC Ares
RFC Penthesilea 18-13 Harloop Rugby
Emperor's Bay Rugby 6-6 Choup Rugby


#.  Team                   P   W   L  D    Pts
1. Chuuk Rugby Legends 22 14 6 2 60
2. Cyprardeos 22 12 7 3 54
3. RFC Ares 22 10 9 5 50
4. New Amzterdam Warriors 22 12 9 1 50

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5. Choup Rugby 22 10 9 3 46
6. Lake Gavrilo Rhinos 22 11 10 1 46
7. RFC Penthesilea 22 8 8 6 44
8. Amzterdam FC 22 9 11 2 40
9. East Coast Sharks 22 8 11 3 38
10. Emperor's Bay Rugby 22 9 12 1 38
11. Harloop Rugby 22 9 13 0 36
12. Jersey Rugby 22 7 14 1 29


Semi Finals:
Chuuk Rugby Legends 14-18 New Amzterdam Warriors
Cyprardeos 12-16 RFC Ares


Bronze Final:
Chuuk Rugby Legends 18-23 Cyprardeos


Final:
New Amzterdam Warriors 3-25 RFC Ares


The top 4 may be entered into the RUCT Seasogs Championship. (If they want, except Cyprardeos as they are not a club)
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Postby Free University » Thu Jul 05, 2012 10:35 am

A competition for nations which are currently in the region of Esportiva.

I had an idea to scorinate a regional Canadian Football tournament, using either (a) no rankings whatsoever, or (b) World Bowl rankings if that ends up being fair at all.

B) I realize World Bowl rankings of the nations participating in the cup, per se, would likely not be very fair. However, as the users behind Esportiva puppets have put in a lot of effort to accumulate ranking points in tournaments like the World Bowl, I think it would be reasonable to use the master nation's ranking (or whichever puppet has the best ranking) for your Esportiva puppet (one) in this regional tournament.

Proposed format: Single or double round robin in as large of groups as are feasible. Scorinating an Am/Can football tournament is a balance between the realism of having a small number of games played, vs the unfairness and disappointment that can generate for RPers if taken to the extreme. In my humble opinion, the ideal balance is a group stage of 8-10 games, then a two-leg aggregate for the first knockout round, then single-elimination the rest of the way through.

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As a courtesy, Free University signs up.

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Esportivan Sun Beach Soccer Competition

Esportivan Sun, Amstaad's primary Esportivan Tourism company, is proud to present the first edition of the Esportivan Sun Beach Soccer Competiton, a beach soccer competition held at Paritzburg Central Beach, a popular tourist destination within Amstaad and Paritzburg. The Nations of Esportiva are invited to enter a team for the competition.

Current Entrants (8/???):

Ferrosia Beach (Dandillis)
Northern Cape University Team (Amstaad)
Yavelsk Sharks (Slembana)
Beach Wanderers (Apox)
Marley Royal Sporting Club (Licentiapacisterra)
Zolando Cyclones (THRILLEDGE)
Lions of Judah (Taijan)
Redayan Sea Monsters (Redaya)
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Postby Dandillis » Sun Aug 05, 2012 12:06 pm

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Ferrosia Beach's team:

Manager: Darfú Mendâ

Starters:

GK: Finda Melão
Sex: Female
Age: 17
Info: Started playing at the age of 12, she lives in fornt of the beach and is a decent goalkeeper for a game with such an immense amount of goals.

FIELD: Jole Kinarö
Sex: Male
Age: 24
Info: The captain of the team, he's good, tricky and tends to score from long distances.

FIELD: Ko Jolorsson
Sex: Female
Age: 20
Info: Decent player, selected twice as Miss Dandillis.

FIELD: Lhoro Jandelão
Sex: Male
Age: 18
Info: The beest player of the team, he's young and talented, very good at doing acrobatic kicks to score.

FIELD: Juan Sebastián Blake
Sex: Male
Age: 20
Info: The main scorer, he's the one who scores the most goals, but most of those goals are a piece of cake.

Substitutes:

- Shinda Lerovic / Male / 20
- Jarsa Horsson / Female / 19
- Miguel Armado / Male / 20
- Juan Armado / Male / 16

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Postby Slembana » Sun Aug 05, 2012 12:14 pm

Yavelsk Sharks' squad

Starting XI:
Goalkeeper: Afra Bird Dijueno
Age: 24
Birthday: 19 September 1987
Defender: Potin Jaxiv
Age: 32
Birthday: 29 August 1979
Defender: Dëvil Çaçekov
Age: 19
Birthday: 15 February 1993
Midfielder: Davij Yalnif
Age: 30
Birthday: 19 July 1982
Striker: Andy Polijavikuckbitazarenkov
Age: 16
Birthday: 4 August 1996

Subs: Uyea Cram, Gary Pitlock, Ross Murray, Djibril Lamerik

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Northern Cape University Beach Football Team


Goalkeeper: Matt Kirsen
The 18-year old is new to the University, and was the only one who wanted to play keeper.

Field: Jo Kirsen
Matts older sister, the captain of the side, and the most experienced, at 25 years old.

Field: Barne Kable
An average player, but handy with skills and acrobatic shots. 20 year old economics student.

Field: Margaretta Ramsussen
Better known as an Olympic shooter, she stays on at the university solely to shoot and play beach and association football

Field: Oliver Jensen
18-year history student who is the cool-guy of the team. Oh yeah, and the top-goalscorer

Field: Mary Valdar
Another key goalscorer and the playmaker of the side. Very talented teenager at 19 years old
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Postby Taijan » Sun Aug 05, 2012 1:03 pm

Lion of Judah BSC Roster

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GK Cormac Danielson #7 185cm 28 y/o*
GK David Ortega #6 181cm 23 y/o
DF Christopher Nguyen #1 176cm 22 y/o *
DF Takashi Morimoto #3 180cm 21 y/o
MF Carlton Cho #9 185cm 19 y/o*
MF Roderick Bati #10 190 28 y/o
FW Jason Nogales #4 177cm 25 y/o*
FW Damon Joaquim #2 176cm 23 y/o*
FW Cory Hamilton #5 169cm 21 y/o
Manager Oscar Herrera


Fresh off a repeat Beach Soccer Taijan Premier League championship, the Nova Sion's own Lion of Judah Beach Soccer Club will attempt to replicate its success on the international stage. Ever among the mainstays of both beach soccer and association football in Taijan, Lion of Judah has had a recent run of success with veteran beach footy goalkeeper Cormac Danielson and a host of young players plucked ripe from the colleges and youth teams of Taijan. Playing just ahead of Danielson, but with a reputation for shooting from all over the pitch, is team captain Chris Nguyen. Despite his youth, Nguyen has plenty of leadership experience, having previously captained the Taijan U-21 sides in both association football and beach soccer, as well as being a current international player in beach soccer. Ahead of Nguyen will be Carlton Cho, a brand-new signee from Hircumberg College, gaining his first professional experience. Many have called into question manager Herrera's decision to start Cho ahead of Roderick Bati, a veteran midfielder for the Lions' eleven-a-side team, but none on the team have expressed any misgivings. Finally, eleven-a-side international Jason Nogales and his sidekick Damon Joaquim will split the goal as they have the past four years in Nova Sion uninterrupted.

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Background Info on the Team: The beach soccer doesn't exist in a league form here in Apox, however, we still wanted the oppurtunity to participate in the regional tournament, so, here we are! The players have been picked from local beach soccer games around beaches in Apox, and were tempted in with the promise of an all-expenses paid holiday with a kick-about on the beach thrown in.
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THE TEAM:

Manager - Sir John Cross, Aged: 40
Bio - Sir John jumped at the chance to manage the beach soccer team from Apox after hearing about it. We secretly think that he hasn't been to Cyborg Holland for a while and wanted a free trip.

Goalkeeper - Jess Best, Aged: 27
Bio - Jess was spotted on a beach in Dwile, at the time in goal. She made a properly good save. She was in.

Defender - Jack Yulloon, Aged: 17
Bio - Jack was spotted on a more remote beach, 50 miles west of Dwile. However, the game standards were high, and he put in several consistent tackles.

Midfielder - Jolt Colt, Aged: 22
Bio - This is not his real name, and he is completely bonkers. However, good at beach football.

Midfielder - Sam Mingtrowski, Aged: 20
Bio - Sam is relatively useless at everthing, except supplying people with through-balls. We didn't have anyone else, so he was in.

Striker - Claire Zuy, Aged: 24
Bio - Claire is a veritable demon at football. 'Nuff said.

Subs
Bio - Not quite as good as the rest.
GK - Dai Frew, Aged: 19
DF - Viola Grentham, Aged: 30
MF - Steve Green, Aged: 23
ST - Dan Scott, Aged: 23

RP Permissions: Anything you want bar death. Their families will be upset.
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Postby THRILLEDGE » Mon Aug 06, 2012 10:54 am

Zollnando Cyclones Roster


Head Coach: Darryl Beisner
Two time Thrilledge Beach Soccer Association Coach of the Year and long time Gold River goalkeeper. Finds that success comes from strong leadership and quality midfield play.

Starters

GK: Lance Forbis
An agile kid fresh off an outstanding regular season only to choke in the TBSA semifinals. Great reflexes and his hands are the size of pizza boxes. His dead accurate throws and unorthodox throwing style have gotten his the nickname "The Slingshot".

DF: Calvin Fraizer
While not the quickest player in the game, Fraizer relies on his incredible jumping ability to win balls out of the air and keep action away from the Zollnando goal. He is one of the teams veteran players and has played his entire career with the Cyclones.

MF: Ron Kingsbury
Right out of college this rookie is a speed demon. But what Beisner really likes about him is his motor. He never seems to have a lack of effort on the sand and his hustle for those 50-50 balls are an asset to the team.

MF: Keith Butler (C)
Butler is one of the smartest players on the field in any game. His ability to dissect defenses and place his passes with precision have made him not only a fan favorite but a clubhouse favorite. He has led the Cyclones in assists the past three years.

ST: Chad Wexler
One of the more energetic players in the game, "Wex" is known for running around and screaming like a lunatic after each goal he scores. His stature makes him a physical presence but his surprising quickness is also a weapon he possesses. By the end of the day, the opponents always know that Wex is crazy.

Substitutes

GK: Nate Cardwell
A quality backup keeper that can provide good goalkeeping in case of injury emergencies. Lifelong backup and student of the game.

DF: Harry Catalano
The go to sub for Beisner when leading. He provides great energy off the bench and can really place long passes.

MF: Brandon Ballenger
Lightning fast but often has trouble retaining possession of the ball as he tries too hard to make things happen. Not much of a passer but loves to shoot.

ST: Doug Walters
If you're in need an offensive boost Walters is your guy. The ball comes off his foot like a rocket and he's pretty accurate too. Just don't put him in too early because he'll run out of steam quickly.

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Matchday 1 of the ESBSC, Played at Paritzburg Central Beach (2,500)

Group 1: NCUT (CYB), Zolando Cyclones (THL), Marley Royal Sporting Club (LIE), Ferrosia Beach, (DND)

Group 2: Yavelsk Sharks (SLM), Beach Wanderers (APX), Lions of Judah (TAJ), Redayan Sea Monsters (RED)

Matchday 1:

NCUT 5-4 Ferrosia Beach
MRSC 5-1 Zolando Cyclones

Yavelsk Sharks 3-2 Beach Wanderers
Lions of Judah 1-2 Redayan Sea Monsters
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In a sport long characterized by obsessive, violent, irrational fans, even in Taijan where most consider themselves to be above such hooliganism, Lion of Judah has always been an oasis. The club, founded by the Nova Sion Rastafarian Fellowship in 1951, has always been associated with the kind of live-and-let-live philosophy espoused by that.
"Our club song is 'Three Little Birds', and we play it win or lose to remind the fans that it's always just a game, that it will be alright."
Such was the attitude of Lions manager Oscar Herrera going into the Esportivan Sun Beach Soccer Cup, though such abandon was hard to detect as he sat on the bench Monday, head in his hands, wondering how his club's international debut could have gone so badly.
"Our eleven-man side missed out on the Champions' League and the Globe Cup," Herrera told the Forum of New Zion, "So we thought, here's an opportunity to get ourselves out there, get the Lions in the books, represent Taijan in her national game. And we blew it."
He was referring, of course, to the Lions' 2-1 loss to the Redayan Sea Monsters, a tremendous blow to the Lions BSC's ego.
"Beach soccer is our game," said captain Christopher Nguyen, a national-team defender in both beach soccer and association football, "It's hard to believe we could start our international career this way." The Lions finished the association football season this year an uninspired sixth, but won the beach competition handily. Nguyen, who has long been considered a better beach soccer player than association footballer, went on to say that the failure was a failure of the entire team, including himself, though he did praise the efforts of goalkeeper Cormac Danielson for keeping the score low and especially rookie midfielder Carlton Cho, who scored the team's only goal.
"Carlton did a great job," said Nguyen, "It's not easy playing midfield at this level, especially the way we play it, but he showed a lot of hustle."
Cho is a recent signature from the College of Land Management, where he led the Wolverines to their first-ever national playoff appearance and was the first non-Green Ibex Corps trainee to captain the team. He appeared in Monday's match sporting the beginnings of the Lions' trademark dreadlocks, usually considered a sign of expecting to stay aboard for a long time.

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OOC: As far as permissions go, get permission to red card or injure my players, but everything else is a go-ahead.
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Demonym: Taijani
Language: English
Capital: Coco Bay
Sports Played: Association football, basketball, beach soccer
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Campionato Esportiva de Pallancesto I Finalist
International FireStorm Cup IV Finalist (Green Star)
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DiBradini Cup XXX Finalist
Campionato Esportiva IX Champions
Viva Esportiva!
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Presenting the Free University Scholars (beach soccer roster

Postby Free University » Tue Aug 07, 2012 12:55 pm

Please sign up Free University Scholars (trigramme: FUN). Thanks! Sorry for my reading fail :palm:

If anyone would like to have a friendly, let me know here or by TG to my main nation Free South Califas. Here's my roster even though I was late for the tournament, since I spent a few minutes on it and might as well not delete it, I suppose.

Presenting the Free University Scholars
My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my goalscorers Y
Godmod scoring events Y
RP injuries to my players N
Godmod injuries to my players N
Hand out yellow cards to my players Y
Hand out red cards to my players Y
Godmod other events Y


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Manager: Paulo Basim
Formation: 1-2-1 Style: 1.7

Lineup, department:
04 GK Simon Ybarra, Applied Mathematics
03 DF Paula Milrej, Comparative Law
02 DM Erkki Kazimir, Information Science
01 AM Siani Ruf, Pediatrics
00 FW Robert Ramirez, Physics

Substitutes:
11 DF Carla Terk, Community Informatics
12 CM Tamid Plaskett, Sociology
13 LM Teklus Malvo, Econometrics
14 RM Alida Rajesh, Psychology
15 FW Yarona Rashnu, Epistemology
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Postby Dandillis » Tue Aug 07, 2012 3:57 pm

Dandiyí for you

Ferrosia beach lost today!

NCUT 5-4 Ferrosia Beach

We were almost there, the game was really unpredictable, no one knew who was going to win, Blake and Jandelão had put as 2 - 0, but, quickly, but Valdar (x4) and Kirsken (x1) stopped our dream of winning our first regional match. Jandelão and Jolrsson socred when there were 2 minutes left, but it wasn't enough. But we aren't eliminated yet! We can perfectly win from now on, I believe in them. Northern Cape University was probably the best team we were facing, adn, even though we lost, we should still be happy we lost by a difference of 1 goal.

This event will probably get people to found more Beach Soccer teams, which would enable us to create a league, as they are the only team.

Buy tomorrow's newspaper to know more about Ferrosia Beach, or browse Dnagerria Shillen Chanyael tomorrow at 17:00, they may win.

Also, only tomorrow, if you pay 2D$ more, you'll get Ferrosia Beach's official boook, which will be released in a week, but you can get it tomorrow! Don't miss the offer!

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Postby Cyborg Holland » Wed Aug 08, 2012 3:37 pm

MD2:

NCUT 4-3 Zolando Cyclones
Ferrosia Beach 4-2 MRSC

Beach Wanderers 6-8 Lions of Judah
Yavelsk Sharks 0-6 Redayan Sea Monsters
Esportiva! It's the business

Show me the source where it says 98% of people would break down in tears if Facebook shut down. Where are the figures, the numbers? WHERE ARE THEY?

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Postby Taijan » Wed Aug 08, 2012 4:50 pm

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Press Release--For Immediate Disclosure

Some pride was regained today in the streets of Nova Sion as news came of a victory by the city's beloved Lions of Judah. "Three Little Birds", the club's song, played through the public announcement systems, and there were wide reports of dancing, reggae jams, and ganja smoking going on in the streets. After a disappointing loss in the previous set of matches, this 8-6 victory over the Beach Wanderers of Apox is seen as a sign that perhaps the Lions are the team they were thought to be.

Goals came in fast and hot from both sides throughout the game, with the Wanderers taking an early lead off two goals by dynamic striker Claire Zuy. The Lions answered with a spectacular kick from the rear corner by defender Christopher Nguyen, deflected into the goal by substitute striker Cory Hamilton. Zuy completed her hat trick later in the first period, scoring off a steal from Carlton Cho. The second period opened with the two sides trading goals, the Wanderers' coming from the midfielder known as "John Colt" and being answered by Cho late in the fourteenth minute. The two sides traded the ball for most of the rest of the period, until Roderick Bati came off the bench to bury a goal from midfield to end the period 3-4 Wanderers.

The Lions' first lead came early in the third and final period, when a rejuvenated Cho kissed a downfield pass from Nguyen with his forehead to send it into the near post in front of Wanderers keeper Best's gloves, followed by another spectacular backfield goal, from Nguyen. The Wanderers answered with an artistic equalizer from midfielder Mingtrowski, his first of the competition, that sailed just over the gloves of keeper Cormac Danielson. A timeout was called, and manager Herrera gave the team a piece of his mind; no audio exists, and televised recordings have his mouth blurred out for almost every other word, but whatever he said worked. The Lions came out with a highly offensively-minded attack, landing goals by Cho, Joaqui, and Nogales in rapid succession. The Wanderers had not said their piece, however; with one minute to go, a goal kick by Best found home in the Lion's net, having gotten past a distracted Danielson, to bring the score to 6-8.

"It was a win," said Oscar Herrera, ever one to damn with faint praise. "We got a lot of lucky breaks, there's no denying that; Chris's two goals were both pure chance, and those were the two goals that won it."

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Demonym: Taijani
Language: English
Capital: Coco Bay
Sports Played: Association football, basketball, beach soccer
Campionato Esportiva de Pallancesto II Champion
Campionato Esportiva de Pallancesto I Finalist
International FireStorm Cup IV Finalist (Green Star)
Beach Cup IX Semifinalist
DiBradini Cup XXX Finalist
Campionato Esportiva IX Champions
Viva Esportiva!
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<taijan> I have no rivals
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Postby Dandillis » Wed Aug 08, 2012 6:28 pm

Dandiyí for you

Ferrosia Beach won by a narrow margin

Ferrosia Beach 4-2 MRSC

Ferrosia Beach, a polluted beach which is the only reason why we get some tourists, there, a team of beach football settled, a really good one, apparently. Ferrosia Beach, and they won yesterday. Jandelão scored the four goals, one with a bicycle kick, one from the middle of the field, one after an off-ball by hitting it in an acrobatic way, and the other one from afar. Marley Royal Sporting Club, a Liecntian team, played well, but they couldn't bare Jandelão's flawless performance.

Also, there are more good news for Ferrosia Beach, 3 new teams have signed up for the Beach Football official league of Dandillis, Dandiyí Starru FC, Forrelle FC and Ferrosia Tigers. This means they may start playing a beach football league, if they get some more teams. Beach football really is evolving ni Dandillis.

Buy tomorrow's newspaper to know more about Ferrosia Beach, or browse Dnagerria Shillen Chanyael tomorrow at 20:00, they can win again, at least we hope they do.

Also, if you missed yesterday's offer, you can still get it for just 4D$ 2D$ more, you'll get Ferrosia Beach's official boook, which will be released in 6 days, but you can get it tomorrow! Don't miss the offer!

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Postby Apox » Thu Aug 09, 2012 6:23 am

'Well done lad (and ladies), as you'd expect we've lost everything!" smiled the manager, "however, are we having a good holiday?"

There was a rousing cheer from the team, which startled some nearby spectators who were here to watch the game.

"Alright, let's go and give a good account of ourselves!" he shouted, and the players jogged out to the centre of the pitch.

...They lost 6-8.
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Postby Cyborg Holland » Sun Aug 12, 2012 2:12 pm

MD3 Results:

NCUT 7-3 MRSC
Zolando Cyclones 2-2 Ferrosia Beach

Lions of Judah 4-1 Yavelsk Sharks
Beach Wanderers 3-6 Redayan Sea Monsters

Group standings (table to come later)

NCUT: 9 points
Ferrosia Beach: 4 points
Zolando Cyclones: 1 point
MRSC: 0 points

Redayan Sea Monsters: 9 points
Lions of Judah: 6 points
Yavelsk Sharks: 3 points
Beach Wanderers: 0 points

Matchup Finals:

1st/2nd Place: NCUT vs Redayan Sea Monsters
3rd/4th place: Ferrosia Beach vs Lions of Judah
5th/6th Place: Yavelsk Sharks vs Zolando Cyclones
7th/8th Place: MRSC vs Beach Wanderers
Esportiva! It's the business

Show me the source where it says 98% of people would break down in tears if Facebook shut down. Where are the figures, the numbers? WHERE ARE THEY?

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